Summer Jobs in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Position Title: Program Director/Instructor, Emergency Medical Science Department: Health Technologies FLSA Type: Exempt Position Reports To: Dean, Health Technologies Direct Reports: Program Coordinator/Instructor, EMS (continuing education division), Clinical Coordinator/Instructor EMS (curriculum/continuing education division), Program Coordinator/Instructor, EMS (curriculum division) Minimum Q...
Department: Student Development and Support FLSA Type: Exempt Reports To: Director, Financial Aid and Veterans Benefits Direct Reports: None Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in a subject area within Finance, Accounting, Human Services, Student Personnel, Student Development or other related fields. Work Experience: Three years’ successful experience in higher education working in a Financ...
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